Planning ahead is a big building block in future success. Knowing where you are presently and where you want to get to in the future can give a person a sense of peace and stability. It’s easy to look ahead and plan for the future with a 2013 Printable One Page Excel Yearly Calendar Template. If one of your goals is to build financial security, the most attractive thing about this calendar template is it’s completely complimentary.
Using the 2013 Printable One Page Excel Yearly Calendar Template
With a single click of the mouse, you can have the entire 2013 calendar at your disposal. As is the case with the majority of the American workforce, the calendar begins with Monday. The dates are clearly displayed, but major events and holidays are not marked. This is you can mark the events and holidays that are special to you.
Because it’s an Excel template, you can customize the 2013 calendar any way you wish. You can color code holidays, birthdays, vacation days, meetings or any other upcoming day of significance however you desire. Even the overall color scheme of the calendar can be doctored to your liking.
Some days of significance in 2013 that you may want to mark on your calendar include:
- Tuesday, January 1st – New Year’s Day
- Monday January 21st – Martin Luther King Day
- Thursday, February 14th – Valentine’s Day
- Monday, February 18th – Presidents Day
- Sunday, March 17th – St. Patrick’s Day
- Sunday, March 31st – Easter Sunday
- Sunday, May 12th – Mother’s Day
- Monday, May 27th – Memorial Day
- Sunday, June 16th – Father’s Day
- Thursday, July 4th – Independence Day
- Monday, September 2nd – Labor Day
- Thursday, October 31st – Halloween
- Monday, November 11th – Veterans’ Day
- Thursday, November 28th – Thanksgiving Day
- Wednesday, December 25th – Christmas Day
The one-page 2013 printable calendar is just part of our collection of complimentary templates, spreadsheets and calculator available to help make your life a little easier.